The Focus Group will be running an Exhibition at the Assembly Room, North Street, Chichester from Saturday 6th to Saturday 13th April. Focus group members would appreciate some assistance from the ‘heavies’ loading screens etc from Tangmere on Thursday afternoon, 3rd April, at 2.45 to 3.00 and then unloading the following morning at the Assembly Room about 8.45 to 9.00am. The screen legs and bases are already loaded into John Howes horsebox so on Thursday afternoon only the display screens have to be loaded.
The videos of the tutorials given by Ann McDonald and Sheila Tester at this meeting are now available. The easiest way to find them is to go to Digital Group and scroll down through the posts to that of 22nd January 2019.
At the bottom of this post you will see a link which will take you to all the videos we have posted this season. The video for the Ann McDonald tutorial is in the top row on the lefthand side, Similarly Sheila’s tutorial may be found on the lefthand side of the bottom row.
Just click on the appropriate icon and the video will start.
The following prints have been selected for the display at Sage House: Peter Rocchiccioli – The Little Boat and Volcano at Dawn; Lorna Brown – Trees from the Wood; Sarah Nichol – To the Secret Garden, Cromer Pier and The road to Lindisfarne; Mike Hancock – Path to the Door and Jasna Lake; Ronnie Hall – Chichester Harbour at Sunset; Jean Brooks – Deer in Flight; Hilary Featherstone – Goodwood Balloons; Jim Munday – Evening Glow at Fairfield; Jeff Owen – Basin Eye View and Rainbow Umbrellas.
These prints are much appreciated by the residents of Sage House at a very difficult stage in their lives. Many thanks to all the contributors.
Twenty four clubs from the Federation took part in the PDI Championships and twenty one clubs took part in the Print Championshiip. Chichester Camera Club were the winners in both competitions.
Chichester members won a Gold Medal, a Silver Medal, and a total of five Highly Commended Certificates. Congratulations to everyone who had images in the competition, each image contributed to our final result.
The meeting will take place at the small hall in the Tangmere Village Centre. We will meet at 6.45 pm for a prompt 7.00 pm start. Please come at 6.45 to help set the room up. The cost is £3 for club members and £4 for non-members.
Members are encouraged to bring along prints and/or digital images for in-depth constructive critique. We look forward to seeing you and your images.
John Howes will be placing an order for new Nomad boxes on Friday 29th March so if anyone else wants to purchase a box taking advantage of lower prices for bulk purchasing please contact John either at the Club tomorrow night or by e mail – jhowes.live.co.uk
YOU ARE INVITED TO ENTER PRINTS FOR THE 108th LONDON SALON OF PHOTOGRAPHY.
Closing date 20th May 2019. I am going to try to arrange delivery of Chichester Camera Club print entries in order to save on postage. Watch this space!
Accepted prints will be exhibited in galleries during the Summer in London, Birmingham, Edinburgh and Ireland.
For full details of On-Line entry, rules and exhibition dates please visit the London Salon website www.londonsalon.org or contact Ann McDonald who will be happy to advise you on suitable images and the online entry system etc. Please bring along any prospective entries to the PAGB Group on 1st April
The Digital Group will meet on Tuesday 26th March in the Small Hall at Tangmere Village Centre at 7.30.
For the first part of the evening Ann McDonald will give a tutorial on removing objects, including a woman with fuzzy hair from an image in Photoshop. Ann is an excellent educator and this is a tutorial not to be missed.
Following the coffee break, Sheila Tester will give a tutorial on organising images in Lightroom,importing images, renaming them and metadata copyright. This is a tutorial which has been requested by some of the newer members.
Members £3.00, non members £4.00. All welcome.
Patron: The Right Worshipful Mayor of Chichester. Affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain through the Southern Counties Photographic Federation.